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jazz band

noun as in big band

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He studied music at the University of Southern California — his college jazz band once won a national contest — before switching to mathematics.

Tenneson speaks of the joy of the creative process and the sense of community he found with other incarcerated players, specifically Kevin Woodley, a man who, on the outside, had for decades fronted blues and jazz bands around Chicago.

Charlie’s quintessentially a jazz drummer, which means that the rest of the band is a jazz band in a way.

She told me she had learned jazz violin playing in an all-girl jazz band.

A flaring light directed him to a place where, all too late, the frantic dissonances of a jazz band burst upon his shocked ears.

The Tortonis are doing a dancin' turn there and they have the swellest jazz band in town.

There was a floor for dancing, with the inevitable jazz band, rather a good one.

They belong to the class which finds all that it wants in a jazz band and scrambled eggs at Jack's at one o'clock in the morning.

I discover that there is an American jazz band in the place.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jazz band, such as: dance orchestra, and swing band.

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